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(dailynews.com) If early numbers are any indication, Los Angeles is on the verge of the second-strongest El Niño to hit the region in nearly 40 years.

Earlier this month, the (more..)


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(latimes.com) One of the most powerful El Niños on record continues gathering strength and is looking increasingly likely to bring heavy rains to key Northern California areas that provide w(more..)


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(latimes.com) Temperatures in a key location of the Pacific Ocean are now far hotter than normal than ever were in the record 1997 El Niño.

Some scientists say the readings show that(more..)


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(latimes.com) Parts of California saw rainy, blustery w(more..)


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(latimes.com) The strong El Niño in the Pacific Ocean is becoming even more powerful, setting the stage for an unusually wet winter in California that could bring heavy rains by January, cli(more..)


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Residents are encouraged to bring unwanted Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste (HHW/E-Waste) items to the County mobile collection event for safe and proper disposal free of charge. The (more..)


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(latimes.com) A cold front could bring wind and light rain to the Los Angeles area sta(more..)


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On Thursday, October 29, 2015, the Governor of California proclaimed a State of Emergency addressing the estimated 22 million dead trees and the tens of millions more that are likely to die this ye(more..)


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I decided to harp on the Stevenson Ranch landscaping a little more since the local HOA is not doing anything to mitigate the situation. As I wrote about a month or so ago, it appears that Halloween(more..)


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(By Dave Bossert) I decided to harp on the Stevenson Ranch landscaping a little more since the local HOA is not doing anything to mitigate the situation. As I wrote about a month or so ago, it appe(more..)